Our research on Chestnut is featured in the September 2015 issue of Chemistry & Industry! The article “Chestnut disarms superbug” can be found in the news section.
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@QuaveEthnobot @EmoryHerbarium @emorycollege @ATLSciFest I love seeing my daughter learning and having fun! They are very lucky to be learning from you.
So proud of this awesome group of @EmoryHerbarium @emorycollege students! They met hundreds (if not thousands) of people today while sharing their enthusiasm for #plants and #botany research in our booth at @ATLSciFest Expo! #herbaria #scicomm #WomenInSTEM
SLIMLEAF PAWPAW (Asimina angustifolia: ANNONACEAE)
Join the Emory Herbarium “Smell the world” booth at the Atlanta Science Festival. Tomorrow (23rd Saturday) we will be in the encounter zone at the Piedmont Park from 11am-4pm.
#DidYouKnow Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) can tolerate temperatures of up to 42°C, whereas other cereals, like maize (40°C) and rice (32°C) and wheat (30°C), just can’t handle the heat.
Writes Michael Major in our latest CWR...
Chapatis of pearl millet for a changing climate - Crop Wild Relatives
Michael Major, Crop Trust The people of rural India love their bajra chapatis. These flatbreads made of pearl millet flour are a highly nutritious sta...
#IntlForestDay 'The Future of Forests: Perspectives from Indigenous People, Traditional Practices and Conservation' this year's theme for our annual meeting. Come and join us https://t.co/mtZ7gdszZq (photo is a high altitude juniper forest in Bhutan from @ethnobotanica )
Now accepting abstracts for the programme at our Cincinnatti meeting https://t.co/TGBgkBZAmz hosted by @uofcincy
Symposium at @LifeAtPurdue this May, strong emphasis on commercialization of microbes, but in need of and of interest to social scientists interested in microbial questions. Free to graduate students @heather_paxson @QuaveEthnobot @nick_kawa @AMelinLab @AmandaVeile
Happy 16th wedding anniversary to my partner in adventure! Love you Marco 🥰
“Walk through the fire and you will emerge on the other end, whole and stronger. I promise.”
― Julie Yip-Williams, The Unwinding of the Miracle: A Memoir of Life, Death, and Everything That Comes After
Nonfiction Books by Brave Women From Around the World
We've gathered together a list of books by brave women from around the world that are compelling, enlightening, and important. We hope that you r...
I'm so excited to share the news that I've signed a book deal for a science memoir "The Plant Hunter" with @VikingBooks of @penguinrandom! I'm thrilled to work w/ editor Georgia Bodnar on the manuscript! Thanks so much to my literary agent Elias Altman of MMQLIT! #Write #Inspire
Read Dr Glenn H. Shepard's fascinating article for #TEA - 'The Hunter in the Rye', on the use of shamanic plants as hunting medicines among the Matsigenka people of Amazonian Peru 🌾
#ethnobotany #anthropology #plants #shamanism @TweetTropiques 🌿
I’m concerned about the ag use of #antibiotics here b/c the science doesn’t really support that it will work. But I also sympathize w/ desperate #citrus growers from my home state. This crisis highlights need for more research $$ support in ag & #botany!
Antibiotics set to flood Florida’s troubled orange orchards
A desperate plan to fight a citrus scourge has public-health advocates and scientists concerned.
Having a bad day? Here is a pic of some bright & sunny asters to cheer you up 🌼
DYK that their color is due to #flavonoids - a class of plant chemicals whose name derives from the Latin term for yellow: “flavus” ? #plantsmakepeoplehappy #flowers #springtime #garden #asteraceae
Student event @IcbsEmory to highlight the impact of chemical biology on drug discovery and development along with an educational roundtable discussion with Doug Auld @Novartis, Zaneta Nikolovska-Coleska @UMich, and Kallol Basu @Merck. #chemicalbiology #education #drugdiscovery